Root: pasok

pasok is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root pasok:
~ related to 1.) entering, 2.) going to school/work

Pasok Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "pasok"

pumasok : [verb] to go in; to enter; to get in; to go to school or work; to be hired as   more... »
ipasok : [verb] to put something in; to take something/someone in; * focus on the item/person being put/placed/taken in   more... »
pasukan : [verb] to enter something into; to go to work; to go to school   more... »
pasok : [noun] entry; entrance; admission; trespass; school day; work day   more... »
papasók : [adjective] incoming; entering; coming in to; [adverb] inwards   more... »
pagpasok : [noun] entry; admission; infiltration; going to work; going to school; upon entering   more... »
pasukin : [verb] to enter something; to go into something   more... »
makapasok : [verb] to be able to enter   more... »
pasukán : [noun] start of the school year; the school year; entrance; entryway; entry   more... »
magpasok : [verb] to bring in; to take in; to introduce; to interpose; to put in; to insert; to enroll   more... »
mapasok : [verb] to be able to enter; to be entered   more... »
papasukin : [verb] to allow someone to enter   more... »
mamasukan : [verb] to have a job; to be employed as   more... »
pamasok : [noun] clothes one uses when going to school, office, factory, etc.   more... »
maglabas-pasok : [verb] to go in and out; to enter and exit   more... »
kakapasok : just entered; just went to school/work   more... »
maipasok : [verb] to be able to enter; to be able to put it   more... »
pagkákapasok : [noun] entry   more... »
lumabas-pasok : [verb] to go in and out   more... »
mapasukan : [verb] to enter somewhere; to go to work/school somewhere   more... »
pakipasok : please enter; please pull in   more... »

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